duck hunting

NOUN
  1. hunting ducks
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  • The 20 state and federal wildlife areas and refuges are open for duck hunting generally on Wednesdays and weekends.
  • I hope to add in duck hunting next year too mutch to put on the young dog this season focused on upland and all field work this year. The E-Collar Debate: Love 'Em or Hate 'Em?
  • I love duck hunting but it's hard for me to get on the water at 5 in the morning and then have my hunt over in 10 minutes because I have taken my bag limit.
  • Whether it's a sedge-rimmed Alberta pond or a Georgia slough choked with catbrier, pocket water that has been created by beaver, nature's most impressive engineers, provides intimate, up-close-and-personal duck hunting. Tips, Tactics, and Gear for Beaver Pond Ducks
  • Bela is now 10 months old and preparing well for her first duck hunting season. Best Gun Dog Contest
  • The cop took a second look at the name and address on my license. "Did your husband go duck hunting this morning?" he asked.
  • The cop took a second look at the name and address on my license. "Did your husband go duck hunting this morning?" he asked.
  • They used to go duck hunting and crabbing and fishing and that's how they survived and raised all the family.
  • Poodles were once used as retrievers in duck hunting, but American Kennel Club does not consider them sporting dogs because they are now primarily kept as pets.
  • The Cherokee legend, commonly known as "The Rabbit Goes Duck Hunting, " is about a rabbit who is a braggart and a trickster able to persuade other animals that he can back up his boasts.
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